"But then again, they have done so many things differently with the wedding, they may end up surprising us".
One of the downsides of having a royal wedding in the spring in England is the unpredictability of the weather, and though she is marrying into the royal family, even Meghan Markle isn't immune from bad weather.
The bus represents a celebration of the royal event in a high profile and eye-catching advert for the service, which will continue to celebrate the nuptials after the couple's wedding day.
Mr Markle, who has not spoken to Ms Markle for seven years, but asserted that "family comes first", added that he was "confused why you don't see the real Meghan".
It's believed Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, and her father, Thomas Markle, will be attending their daughter's wedding.
It was also reported that ELTON JOHN may perform at the reception and has cancelled two concerts to be held in Las Vegas to attend the royal event.
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Although Windsor is an hour outside of London, Meghan could opt to stay on the grounds of Windsor Castle as Autumn Kelly did before her 2008 wedding to the Queen's grandson, Peter Phillips.
But the first royal engagement of Ms Markle, 36, and Harry, 33, will be the week after the wedding. There are five (yes, five) TV specials airing the week before May 19 about Markle and Prince Harry's relationship-and one of those specials airs five times in that week.
The Met Office website extended forecast indicates that the weekend of the royal wedding, the weather could be very hit or miss.
And let's not forget about the latest example, Kate Middleton who married Prince William in 2011.
It had not been known what role Ms Markle's parents would play in the wedding.
"The couple will be going on honeymoon, but not straightaway", Kensington Palace spokesman Jason Knauf told PEOPLE.
"We admire them as a couple, so we hope they watch it and they think it is amusing and sweet", said Michele Weiss, one of the executive producers. Before that, though, check out this hourlong broadcast, which will feature interviews from prominent figures in entertainment as well as Markle and Prince Harry's close friends.